Letter to the Editor
October 1, 2007,
Unifying New York Show Dates
IFDA (International Furnishing and Design Association) NY Chapter and EWHT (Executives Working in Home Textiles) wish to express our support for unifying the dates of the New York market dates, which now are one week apart.
IFDA & EWHT members look forward to programs and events that are a part of the market week activity. As similar changes have occurred in other industries, we see the unification of dates in the N.Y. market a positive step toward enticing industry members to N.Y. for a market showcase.
Change will continue as the Las Vegas home products market grows, China and India become more show driven and Maison&Objet shines as the European showcase for home products.
We suggest that a collaborative effort in New York during August and January/February by the independent showrooms, GLM, 7W 34th Street, 230 Fifth Avenue will present a solid reason for customers to visit the showrooms, Javits Center and enjoy the excitement that only New York can give visitors and customers.
May our voices join others as HFPA considers this change.
— Susan Hirsh, President, IFDA
— Gloria Lang, Facilitator, EWHT
This open letter was provided to HTT by the writers and was addressed to the Home Fashion Products Association.
Related Content By Author
1200 Suppliers are Ready for You at Intertextile Shanghai
Home & Textiles Today eDaily
Most Viewed Articles
See the August 2017 issue of Home & Textiles Today. In this issue, we look at the Top 50 Retailing Giants Report, plus Manufacturing: Made in the USA gaining ground; International: Portugal ramping up exports; New products: NY Now home textiles introductions; Outlook: Commentary from H&TT's editors; and Planning: Trade show calendar.